Nikki Sinclaire

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Nikki Sinclaire
Nikki Sinclaire (Nicole Sinclaire, born 1968) is a former UKIP politician. She was elected as a UKIP Member of the European Parliament, for the West Midlands Region in 2009. She left the party in 2010, later setting up the We Demand a Referendum Party. She lost her seat in the 2014 election.

She was born in London and studied law at the University of Kent at Canterbury.

In 2004, she came out as lesbian in a letter to The Pink Paper.[1] However she said that she had no desire to be the leader of an LGBT group within UKIP.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Daniel Foggo, "I won't be your leader, 6ft 4in lesbian tells UKIP's gay members Daily Telegraph 29 August 2004